Recent News Releases
|Mar 5, 2014||Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation Director retires after 28 years of service to county residents
Michele Nekota, Director of Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation, has announced her retirement effective March 31, 2014. Nekota retires after 28 years of service with the county; she was named director of the Parks and Recreation division in 2009.
|Mar 3, 2014||New convention hotel moving forward
Consensus language has been added to a Utah bill for convention facilities and a privately-developed convention hotel adjacent to the Salt Palace Convention Center with support from the Utah Hotel & Lodging Association, clearing the path for a vote in t
|Feb 26, 2014||County to study bike safety in Emigration Canyon
The County Council unanimously approved a joint resolution with the mayor's office to "spearhead a motorist/cyclist study group
|Feb 25, 2014||Mayor, Council launch motorist, cyclist safety effort for Emigration Canyon
The resolution creates a motorist, cyclist working group to study issues and come up with solutions
|Feb 12, 2014||Salt Lake County Youth Services Turns Forty Years Young
Youth Services honors Salt Lake County for its contribution and support.
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